I've just found this remarkable piece of evidence in the newspaper archive that an eyewitness and escapee from the Auschwitz (Oswiecim) death camp related to a press conference in Edinburgh in February 1945. Just days after the liberation of the camp by the Red Army. It just goes to show the elaborate lengths the Germans … Continue reading The Sliding Floor of the Auschwitz Gas Chamber and the Tar Pits of Doom
It's a little known fact that running alongside the scientifically implausible gas gas chambers at Auschwitz ran the electrified conveyor belts of death. These industrialised slaughter belts, we can assume took the passive cargo directly from the "cattle cars" and electrocuted the hapless victims without struggle then disposed of the evidence in Nazi furnaces. One … Continue reading Auschwitz Electrical Conveyor belt of Death
Daily Herald - Monday 27 February 1961 This is from an article about Auschwitz survivor Rudolf Vrba. He goes on to claim that the entire reason for mass extermination was just to rob Jews of their belongings and to turn their hair and body parts into commodities for the German economy and for growing SS vegetables. If … Continue reading Wooden gas chambers at Auschwitz?
More evidence of the fiendish efficiency of the Germans. Not many people know that the Germans created a conveyor belt of death at Auschwitz that automatically electrocuted and immediately incinerated the Nazis victims and turned them into fertiliser. Text reads: … Continue reading Auschwitz Conveyor Belt of Death
http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-manchester-34405565 Man survives eight Nazi Death camps? They can't have been very efficient death camps then. Then again the Germans are renowned for clumsiness and disorganisation. The article has all the usual canards. Flames from chimneys Quote "We could see from a distance that there were flames coming out from four chimneys. I didn't realise … Continue reading Holocaust Miracle
https://youtu.be/5shebLp9Onw At 2.00 Clay Higgins repeats the claim that 700 people could be squeezed into that room, he then proceeds to explain that slave labour cremated the bodies in those six tiny ovens. I wonder approximately how long would that take to dispose of the corpses?